As a foodie there is nothing better than the two awesome worlds of food and drink uniting than one of my favourite local restaurants and the only gin that I enjoy drinking. Top it off as a surprise birthday present and you have one hell of a night.
Now Shelsky’s is a place that you must visit. I loved meeting the owner and he is an over-the-top character.
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Now, I’m partial to a well-made cookie and there are quite a few good ones along the way, but the thing that got me the most was the decor and the feel of the place. The vibes were homely and definitely made me feel like I went into someone’s home. The co-working space made it feel like a home office.
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The first stop on the food tour and man-oh-man I could eat here all the time. Here’s what you can expect.
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When a good friend asks if I want to go see an off-broadway musical, the only response you should have is “hell yes”. The best part? We got in as part of a deal and the ticket only ended up costing me USD $5!
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Melbourne always has a few surprises around the corner if you’re interested in seeing what this wonderful city has to offer. But sometimes, you need to step oustide the city limits and expand your horizons to what else the place has to offer.
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Food Trucks have their own space for reviews on Zomato…oh my people… incoming reviews!! And Poke Time is on top of that list.
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After Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, I didn’t know what to expect. I kept my hopes low and found some good surprises along the way.
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We’re developers, researchers, lecturers, and critics… but what inspired us to join the games industry in the first place? Did we play games for fun, once upon a time? Analysing games when they’re supposed to be ‘just for fun’ is sometimes frowned upon online, but it’s also how we can encourage positive change in the games industry. We talk about what it really means to think critically about games, the benefits it has, how we still manage to enjoy the games we play, and how you can too.
Alayna Cole [Founding director, Queerly Represent Me], Rami Ismail [Business & development guy, Vlambeer], Dakoda Barker [Lecturer, critic, and developer, University of the Sunshine Coast], David Hollingworth [Digital editor, Next Media], Jess Zammit [Senior writer, Select Start Media]
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Recent AAA titles have introduced us to the most expansive open worlds we have ever seen in video games. Will game environments continue to grow? At what point is big too big? We look at how titles like Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Skyrim have successfully balanced huge open world without distracting from amazing game play and story.
Nic Healey [Breakfast Host, 2SER 107.3FM], Mark Wilson [Game Designer, Bioware, Team Bondi, Riot Games], David Gaider [Creative Director, Beamdog], Tim Stobo [Principal Quest Designer, Guerrilla Games]
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